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[audio]Map of Limbo - John Ellis
An album of lost tunes. A car crash of guitar and electronics.John Ellis has played guitar for major UK artists including Peter Gabriel, The Stranglers, Peter Hammill and more. He explores the meeting points of guitar and electronic music. He also writes music for film and art exhibitions.
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[movies]He Is Human - John Ellis
A brief moment to reflect that the man behind the blog is human, equal, and alive...
Keywords: Gay; Abuse; Human; Life
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[movies]Vlog Post - John Ellis
What am I looking for?
Keywords: Need Direction
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[etree]John Ellis Live at Chris' Jazz Cafe on 2008-09-20 - John Ellis
1st set 01. All Up In the Aisles 02. "John speaks" 03. Trash Bash 04. Dream and Mosh 05. "Dr. Seuss Song Intro" * 06. Kids Are People Too* 07. Zydeco Clowns on the Lam 08. Confirmation 09. Prom Song 2nd set 01. Three Legged Tango in Jackson Square 02. Tattooed Teen Waltzes With Grandma 03. One For the Kelpers 04. "Mr. Roger's Song Intro" 05. You Are Special 06. "Zydeco Clowns Intro" 07. Zydeco Clowns on the Lam 08...
Keywords: John Ellis and Doublewide; Ari Hoenig; Jesse Chandler; New Orleans; Jazz; soundbetter
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[etree]John Ellis Live at Donna's Bar and Grill on 2008-05-03 - John Ellis
John Ellis & Doublewide: John Ellis: Saxophones Jason Marsalis: Drums Brian Coogan: Organ (Not present) Matt Perrine: Sousaphone Set 1 [46:48] 01. "Intro" [1:42] 02. All Up In The Aisles [14:07] 03. "Coogan Asks" [1:08] 04. Trash Bash [11:56] 05. Dream and Mosh [12:55] 06. "LMF Talk > Molly Intro" [3:00] 07. I Miss You Molly (cut)* [1:56] Set 2 [69:37] 01. Three Legged Tango in Jackson Square [18:05] 02...
Keywords: John Ellis and Doublewide; Jason Marsalis; Brian Coogan; Jazzfest; New Orleans; soundbetter
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[texts]Essai sur l'histoire naturelle des corallines, et d'autres productions marines du même genre, qu'on trouve communement sur les cotes de la GrandeBretagne et d'Irlande; auquel on a joint une description d'un grand polype de mer, pris auprès du Pole Arctique, par des pêcheurs de baleine, pendant l'eté de 1753. Par Jean Ellis . - John Ellis

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[texts]From Little Bangs to the Big Bang - John Ellis
The `Little Bangs' made in particle collider experiments reproduce the conditions in the Big Bang when the age of the Universe was a fraction of a second. It is thought that matter was generated, the structures in the Universe were formed and cold dark matter froze out during this very early epoch when the equation of state of the Universe was dominated by the quark-gluon plasma (QGP). Future Little Bangs may reveal the mechanism of matter generation and the nature of cold dark matter...
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[texts]Particle Physics at Future Colliders - John Ellis
The search for physics beyond the Standard Model motivates new high-energy accelerators, which will require high luminosities in order to produce interesting new heavy particles. Using the Higgs boson and supersymmetry as examples, we discuss the capabilities of the LHC and $e^+ e^-$ linear colliders in the TeV and multi-TeV energy ranges to discover and study new particles.
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[texts]Limits on Sparticle Dark Matter - John Ellis
Arguments are given that the lightest supersymmetric particle should be a neutralino $\chi$. Minimizing the fine tuning of the gauge hierarchy favours $\Omega_{\chi} h^2 \sim 0.1$. There are important constraints on the parameter space of the MSSM from the stability of the electroweak vacuum. Co-annihilation with the next-to-lightest supersymmetric particle is potentially significant. Incorporating the latest accelerator constraints from LEP and elsewhere, we find that 50 GeV $\lappeq m_\chi \la...
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[texts]Future Perspectives at CERN - John Ellis
Current and future experiments at CERN are reviewed,with emphasis on those relevant to astrophysics and cosmology. These include experiments related to nuclear astrophysics, matter-antimatter asymmetry, dark matter, axions, gravitational waves, cosmic rays, neutrino oscillations, inflation, neutron stars and the quark-gluon plasma. The centrepiece of CERN's future programme is the LHC, but some ideas for perspectives after the LHC are also presented.
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[texts]Cosmic Connections - John Ellis
A National Research Council study on connecting quarks with the cosmos has recently posed a number of the more important open questions at the interface between particle physics and cosmology. These questions include the nature of dark matter and dark energy, how the Universe began, modifications to gravity, the effects of neutrinos on the Universe, how cosmic accelerators work, and whether there are new states of matter at high density and pressure...
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[texts]Theoretical Introduction to Physics with Linear Colliders - John Ellis
The major open questions in particle physics are summarized, as are the abilities of linear colliders of different energies to add to the knowledge obtainable from the LHC in various scenarios for physics beyond the Standard Model. A TeV linear collider would provide much additional insight into electroweak symmetry breaking, in particular, and a multi-TeV linear collider would add even more value in all the scenarios studied, for example in models with supersymmetry or extra dimensions.
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[texts]Testing Fundamental Physics with High-Energy Cosmic Rays - John Ellis
Cosmic rays may provide opportunities for probing fundamental physics. For example, ultra-high-energy cosmic rays might originate from the decays of metastable heavy particles, and astrophysical gamma rays can be used to test models of quantum gravity. Both scenarios offer ways to avoid the GZK cut-off.
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[texts]Astroparticle physics - A Personal Outlook - John Ellis
At the request of the organizers, this talk surveys some of the hot topics discussed at this meeting, giving my {\it subjective views} on them. Subjects covered include the present age and Hubble expansion rate of the Universe - {\it inflation theorists need not yet abandon $\Omega = 1$}, theories of structure formation in the light of COBE and other data - {\it my favourite is a flat spectrum of initial perturbations subsequently amplified by mixed hot and cold dark matter}, neutrino masses and...
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[texts]The new Christianity: an appeal to the clergy and to all men in behalf of ... - John Ellis
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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[texts]Gauguin's questions in particle physics: Where are we coming from? What are we? Where are we going? - John Ellis
Within particle physics itself, Gauguin's questions may be interpreted as: P1 - What is the status of the Standard Model? P2 - What physics may lie beyond the Standard Model? P3 - What is the `Theory of Everything'? Gauguin's questions may also asked within a cosmological context: C1 - What were the early stages of the Big Bang? C2 - What is the material content of the Universe today? C3 - What is the future of the Universe? In this talk I preview many of the topics to be discussed in the plenar...
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[texts]Supersymmetry for Alp Hikers - John Ellis
These lectures provide a phenomenological introduction to supersymmetry, concentrating on the minimal supersymmetric extension of the Standard Model (MSSM). In the first lecture, motivations are provided for thinking that supersymmetry might appear at the TeV scale, including the naturalness of the mass hierarchy, gauge unification and the probable mass of the Higgs boson. In the second lecture, simple globally supersymmetric field theories are introduced, with the emphasis on features important...
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[texts]The Avoidable Causes of Disease, Insanity and Deformity - John Ellis
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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[texts]Testing the Standard Model and Beyond - John Ellis
This paper is based on lectures presented to mathematical physicists and attempts to provide an overview of the present status of the Standard Model, its experimental tests, phenomenological and experimental motivations for going beyond the Standard Model via supersymmetry and grand unification, and ways to test these ideas with particle accelerators.
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[texts]Connections Between Big and Small - John Ellis
Big-Bang cosmology and ideas for possible physics beyond the Standard Model of particle physics are introduced. The density budget of the Universe is audited, and the issues involved in calculating the baryon density from microphysics are mentioned, as is the role of cold dark matter in the formation of cosmological structures. Candidates for cold dark matter are introduced, with particular attention to the lightest supersymmetric particle and metastable superheavy relics...
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[texts]Summary of DIS 98 - John Ellis
A personal selection is made of some of the hot topics debated at this conference, including examples of using our knowledge of QCD to make electroweak measurements, structure functions at low x in the light of the corrections to the leading BFKL behaviour recently calculated, diffraction, the existence of one or more Pomerons and whether it/they may have a well-defined structure function, some issues in hadronic final states and polarized structure functions, and the interesting events at large...
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[texts]High-Energy Astrophysics and Cosmology - John Ellis
Interfaces between high-energy physics, astrophysics and cosmology are reviewed, with particular emphasis on the important roles played by high-energy cosmic-ray physics. These include the understanding of atmospheric neutrinos, the search for massive cold dark matter particles and possible tests of models of quantum gravity. In return, experiments at the LHC may be useful for refining models of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays, and thereby contributing indirectly to understanding their origin...
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[texts]Strangeness and Hadron Structure - John Ellis
The nucleon wave function may contain a significant component of ssbar pairs, according to several measurements including the pi-nucleon sigma term, charm production and polarization effects in deep-inelastic scattering. In addition, there are excesses of phi production in LEAR and other experiments, above predictions based the naive Okubo-Zweig-Iizuka rule, that may be explained if the nucleon wave function contains a polarized ssbar component...
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[texts]Astroparticle Aspects of Supersymmetry - John Ellis
After recalling the motivations for expecting supersymmetry to appear at energies below 1 TeV, the reasons why the lightest supersymmetric particle is an ideal candidate for cold dark matter are reviewed from a historical perspective. Recent calculations of the relic density including coannihilations and rapid annihilations through direct-channel Higgs boson poles are presented. The experimental constraints from LEP and elsewhere on supersymmetric dark matter are reviewed, and the prospects for ...
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[texts]Prospects for New Physics at the LHC - John Ellis
High-energy collisions at the LHC are now starting. The new physics agenda of the LHC is reviewed, with emphasis on the hunt for the Higgs boson (or whatever replaces it) and supersymmetry. In particular, the prospects for discovering new physics in the 2010-2011 run are discussed.
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[texts]Recursive Civilization - john ellis
Recursive civilization is one where the past, present and future interact. It is a possible scenario in the run up to a technological singularity, mentioned in Quantum Archaeology
Keywords: Recursive; civilization; time; singularity; archaeology; archeology
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[texts]Physics at Future Colliders - John Ellis
After a brief review of the Big Issues in particle physics, we discuss the contributions to resolving that could be made by various planned and proposed future colliders. These include future runs of LEP and the Fermilab Tevatron collider, B factories, RHIC, the LHC, a linear electron-positron collider, an electron-proton collider in the LEP/LHC tunnel, a muon collider and a future larger hadron collider (FLHC)...
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[movies]Bush Lied Many Died - Hurricane Katrina - John Ellis
On March 1st, 2006 America watched as another lie was uncovered in the Bush administration.
Keywords: Bush; Katrina; Death; Politics; Lie; Lied; Hurricane
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[texts]Address to the Clergy, and Skepticism and Divine Revelation - John Ellis
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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[audio]John Ellis - Map of Limbo (ca180) - John Ellis
An album of lost tunes. A car crash of guitar and electronics. John Ellis has played guitar for major UK artists including Peter Gabriel, The Stranglers, Peter Hammill and more. He explores the meeting points of guitar and electronic music. He also writes music for film and art exhibitions. Contact: http://www.mapoflimbo.co.uk http://www.myspace.com/wabisabi21c *** John Ellis has released a new album of electronic music on his own CHANOYU record label...
Keywords: electronic; guitar; electroacoustic; soundtrack; new wave; abstract; post-punk
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[collection]John Ellis - John Ellis
Download free music. Concerts in the Live Music Archive are available for download and streaming in formats including flac, mp3, and ogg vorbis.
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[texts]Aspects of M Theory and Phenomenology - John Ellis
A brief review is presented of selected topics, including a world-sheet formulation of M theory, couplings and scales in M phenomenology, the perils of baryon decay and the possible elevation of free-fermion models to true M- or F-theory compactifications.
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[texts]Supersymmetry and Grand Unification - John Ellis
Supersymmetry and Grand Unification are the two most promising directions for physics beyond the Standard Model. They receive indirect experimental support from the apparent lightness of the Higgs boson, the values of the gauge couplings measured at LEP and elsewhere, and the persistent solar neutrino deficit. Phenomenological constraints and theoretical models constrain predictions in interesting ways...
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[texts]Prospects for Discovering Supersymmetry at the LHC - John Ellis
Supersymmetry is one of the best-motivated candidates for physics beyond the Standard Model that might be discovered at the LHC. There are many reasons to expect that it may appear at the TeV scale, in particular because it provides a natural cold dark matter candidate. The apparent discrepancy between the experimental measurement of g_mu - 2 and the Standard model value calculated using low-energy e+ e- data favours relatively light sparticles accessible to the LHC...
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[texts]Sneutrino Inflation - John Ellis
The seesaw model of neutrinos might explain the size, age, flatness and near-homogeneity of the Universe via sneutrino inflation, as well as explaining the origin of matter via leptogenesis. The sneutrino inflation hypothesis makes specific, testable predictions for cosmic microwave background observables, which are compatible with the first release of data from WMAP, and for flavour-violating charged-lepton decays...
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[texts]New Light on Dark Matter from the LHC - John Ellis
The prospects for detecting a candidate supersymmetric dark matter particle at the LHC are reviewed, and compared with the prospects for direct and indirect searches for astrophysical dark matter, on the basis of a frequentist analysis of the preferred regions of the Minimal supersymmetric extension of the Standard Model with universal soft supersymmetry breaking (the CMSSM) and a model with equal but non-universal supersymmetry-breaking contributions to the Higgs masses (the NUHM1)...
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[texts]Family Homoeopathy - John Ellis
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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[texts]Summary of ICHEP 2004 - John Ellis
Aspects of ICHEP 2004 are summarized from a theoretical point of view. QCD works, new NNLO calculations are becoming available and new string calculational tools are emerging, but no conclusions can yet be drawn about the discovery of the quark-gluon plasma or pentaquarks. The small upward shift in the experimental value of m_t raises somewhat the central value of the Higgs mass extracted from a global electroweak fit, and the CKM model describes well the data from the B factories...
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[texts]Summary of Neutrino 2000 - John Ellis
Aspects of neutrino physics beyond the Standard Model are emphasized, including the emerging default options for atmospheric and solar neutrino oscillations, namely nu_mu to nu_tau and nu_e to nu_{mu,tau} respectively, and the need to check them, the prospects opened up by the successful starts of SNO and K2K, the opportunities for future long-baseline neutrino experiments and high-energy astrophysical neutrinos...
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[texts]The Avoidable causes of disease, insanity, and deformity - John Ellis
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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[texts]Dark Matter and Dark Energy: Summary and Future Directions - John Ellis
This paper reviews the progress reported at this Royal Society Discussion Meeting and advertizes some possible future directions in our drive to understand dark matter and dark energy. Additionally, a first attempt is made to place in context the exciting new results from the WMAP satellite, which were published shortly after this Meeting. In the first part of this review, pieces of observational evidence shown here that bear on the amounts of dark matter and dark energy are reviewed...
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[texts]Searching for Particle Physics Beyond the Standard Model at the LHC and Elsewhere - John Ellis
Following a general introduction to open questions beyond the Standard Model, the prospects for addressing them in the new era opened up by the LHC are reviewed. Sample highlights are given of ways in which the LHC is already probing beyond previous experiments, including the searches for supersymmetry, quark and gluon substructure and microscopic black holes.
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[texts]Outlook on Neutrino Physics - John Ellis
Some of the hot topics in neutrino physics are discussed, with particular emphasis on neutrino oscillations. After proposing credibility criteria for assessing various claimed effects, particular stress is laid on the solar neutrino deficit, which seems unlikely to have an astrophysical explanation. Comments are also made on the possibility of atmospheric neutrino oscillations and on the LSND experiment, as well as cosmological aspects of neutrinos and neutralinos...
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[texts]Possible Accelerators @ CERN Beyond the LHC - John Ellis
The physics and world-wide accelerator context for possible accelerator projects at CERN after the LHC are reviewed, including the expectation that an e+ e- linear collider in the TeV energy range will be built elsewhere. Emphasis is laid on the Higgs boson, supersymmetry and neutrino oscillations as benchmarks for physics after the LHC. The default option for CERN's next major project may be the CLIC multi-TeV e+ e- collider project...
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[texts]Physics Goals of the Next Century @ CERN - John Ellis
After recalling briefly the main physics issues beyond the Standard Model, the main physics objectives of experiments at CERN in the coming decade(s) are reviewed. These include the conclusion of the LEP programme during the year 2000, a limited number of fixed-target experiments during the following years, the CNGS long-baseline neutrino programme and the LHC, both scheduled to start in 2005. Then possible accelerator projects at CERN after the LHC are reviewed, in the expectation that an $e^+ ...
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[texts]Perspectives in High-Energy Physics - John Ellis
A personal view of current prospectives in particle physics is presented, inspired by the contributions to this meeting. Particular emphasis is laid in precision tests of the Standard Model and the search for the Higgs boson, on probes of CP violation, on speculations about possible physics beyond the Standard Model, on neutrino masses and oscillations, on the quest for supersymmetry, on opportunities @ future accelerators, and on the ultimate phenomenological challenge offered by the quest for ...
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[texts]The Physics Prospects for CLIC - John Ellis
Following a brief outline of the CLIC project, this talk summarizes some of the principal motivations for an e+ e- collider with E_CM = 3 TeV. It is shown by several examples that CLIC would represent a significant step beyond the LHC and ILC in its capabilities for precision measurements at high energies. It would make possible a complete study of a light Higgs boson, including rare decay modes, and would provide a unique tool to study a heavy Higgs boson...
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[texts]Today's View on Strangeness - John Ellis
There are several different experimental indications, such as the pion-nucleon sigma term and polarized deep-inelastic scattering, which suggest that the nucleon wave function contains a hidden s bar s component. This is expected in chiral soliton models, which also predicted the existence of new exotic baryons that may recently have been observed. Another hint of hidden strangeness in the nucleon is provided by copious phi production in various N bar N annihilation channels, which may be due to...
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[texts]The Avoidable Causes of Disease, Insanity and Deformity - John Ellis
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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[texts]Looking Back at the First Decade of 21st-Century High-Energy Physics - John Ellis
On the occasion of the Tenth Conference on String Phenomenology in 2011, I review the dramatic progress since 2002 in experimental tests of fundamental theoretical ideas. These include the discovery of (probably fermionic) extra dimensions at the LHC, the discovery of dark matter particles, observations of charged-lepton flavour violation, the debut of quantum gravity phenomenology and the emergence of space-time from the string soup.
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